WATER: Water has been changing temperatures 5 or 6 degrees from one spot to another. Wind hasn't been bad and and has died out a bit compared to what it was. Some swells 3 to 5 feet on the pacific and 1 to 3 feet on the Sea of Cortez side.
WEATHER: The weather has gotten hotter and the wind has calmed a bit. Temperatures are in the mid to ladder 90,s but we have had some days over 100 degrees. It looks like summer is setting in and its going to warm the water up and make for some better fishing.
BILLFISHING: Well the big weekend is upon us and lots of people are here for Memorial Day weekend. The weather is great and would be a good time to come down and book a boat to go Sport fishing.
This week started out really good with lots of Marlin from the 1150 to the 95. Marlin fishing was good this week even though we had a big moon which affect the bite, however some of our best fishing is when the moon is full. Off of Chileno about 2 miles we were running into some Marlin using live bait, ballyhoo and lures.
Multiple Marlin hook ups have been very consistent thru out.
Come on Down and catch yours today!!

Our boats did hook some Billfish about every day we went out this week. A couple days were kind of slow as it looks as if the Marlin were full of squid. The water temperature is still changing 5 or 6 degrees from area to another. A couple Marlin we caught were in the 140 to 150 pound range and by the end of the week the Marlin fishing had slacked off a bit.
BAIT: Bait is the standard 3.00 dollars a piece and there has been plenty around. DORADO: There was some action Dorado in some of the same areas we were catching Marlin. Most of the Dorado being caught were smaller ones12 to 20 pounds.
INSHORE: Some Sierras caught from the Solmar up to the Pump Station and taken on hootchies. Reports of some Roosterfish being taken in front of the Pedregal and the Light House all taken on live bait. Some Yellowtail still being caught on Rapalas and around Margaritas the is Red Snapper landed in the rocks with live bait. You have to be careful for waves in that area if you are close to shore.
TUNA: Havent heard of any Tuna being caught this week
WAHOO: Not to many this past week.